It took me a while to go through everything but I was able to restock my booth at the Pickers Market. I forgot to take a picture of the booth when I first arrive so here’s a shot of the booth a few weeks ago…
I try to move furniture around at least once a month so things don’t get stale. It’s nice to have both tourists and locals that support the store. It took me most of the day but I was able to freshen up the space a bit.
I moved the driftwood and sea glass inspired dresser that I painted recently into the space. It really helped to brighten things up.
I overhead one of the customers tell her husband this dry sink was the “perfect shade of oyster.” They’re bananas for coastal stuff, I tell ya.
I literally had the entire booth space staged and ready to take pictures when this dresser sold. It was all the way in the back corner and that meant I had to move and redo so many things. The dresser went to a really sweet girl. She’s starting her first “real” job in a few weeks and was really excited to be buying things for her new apartment.
I was able to replace the dresser with the 1811 cart. You may recognize all of school stuff I just picked up.
This wicker trunk used to be on the big Herboriste table. I moved it so I would have a place to bring in more baskets. They’re always a big hit.
I had no idea I had so much alcohol related stuff. It was enough to fill this entire display unit though!
I kept all of the coastal stuff together to make it easier for customers to find.
I brought in this table and stools recently too. I gave it a quick and easy update that I’ll share soon.
It’s always fun to see what things sell and what things hang around a bit. You just really never know what people are looking for.
And as a side note, I need to get a rug for that space SO bad!
Hope your weekend is restful and relaxing.